There are other ways to rotate an object without using the Cut Property Bar, but they not as accurate.
When you are using the Cut Property Bar to Rotate objects, it is good to keep in mind that once you have rotated an object that the default rotation value displays back to 0.
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Hey, guys. In today's video, we're gonna be looking at the rotation feature located on Cut Property Bar, and this will be for True Cut already works. But before that, let's have a quick intro first, Uh mm. So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za c o dot z A. We make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos, and we also have a updates. Otherwise, if we had back in the programme here now, just a quick reminder. This is a miniseries on, uh, properly bar and I will also leave relevant links and description so you guys can actually follow it along. It's another rotation is really, really straightforward. So, yeah, obviously need your outback or your shape selected. But it's something to keep in mind. Like when the previous video, which I didn't cover that because we haven't covered the rotation yet. But you can set the origin rotation point for the shape as well for rotating as well. So I always do to do that, we just got here to the origin. You select that you select the new Origin Point. Currently, it will be rotating around the shape. Now if we just had to change this in degrees. So let's say we make this 15 degrees. If you enter, you will see it actually goes counter clockwise and it resets your your rotation degrees because it sees this now as a new shape. So now the rotations back to zero. So to set that back the other way, you will have to go minus 15, and then it goes clockwise. So it's just a few things to keep in mind like that. So, like I said that reset it after you said it, so you can't see the value of rotated to it, just sets it, and then you just kind of remember if you wanted to set it back. Otherwise, that is the new zero for the object, and then the other one is. Obviously, you can change your rotation or your your transform origin. So now we can kind of rotate like a door around this point. So let's say we go about 45 and you can see now it's rotating around this point. Decided to get back. We got minus 45 and, uh, yeah, something went weird there. I'm sure object moved. In any case, it should be rotating around Origin Point. Unless I am missing something here. Let's try that again for five. So that is the origin point. That is right. And let's try minus 45. Okay, so once we do the minus amounts, it seems to okay, then origins, right? 10. And that's right. So I'm not sure what's happening. There should be staying consistent throughout the, um throughout the orange and point. For some reason, when I do it a higher value, it seems to throw it off. Unfortunately, I'm not gonna be troubleshooting it in this video, but yeah, in theory, that's how it should work. So you can select the shape, use your rotation degree, amounts that you can, and then also you should be able to set the origin point of what you wanted to rotate around. Otherwise, that is it on rotation using a cut property bar if we had yet to softwaretraining.co.za got together. Today. You guys, we've got a variety of different software to recover, and also you can't isolate. You're searching on the top of right. If you do not, however, find the video looking forward to your request, a training video, then we will make that video for you otherwise things guys watching and cheers